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Keyboard I/O hack [Hack]
posted January 9 2014 11:01.29 by spic0m




A keyboard hack that supports input as well as output. You find many example of keyboard hacks on the web - basically you take out the PCB of the keyboard an replace the keys with something more interesting...here is one that supports input (which is common) as well as output - from the computer (or web browser) to the environment. Using AQW210EH allows more flexibility in what you drive and what you create the inputs with. The attractive thing in using a keyboard is that it will work without a driver - you just plug it in and it works.


[Link: Albrecht Schmidt]
 
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